Prince - Sign "O" The Times para Descargar Gratis
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|1||Sign "O" The Times||3:44|
|2||La, La, La, He, He, Hee|
Lyrics By [Co-written By] – Sheena Easton
|9 20648-0 A, 0-20648||Prince||Sign "O" The Times (12", Maxi, Bla)||Paisley Park, Paisley Park||9 20648-0 A, 0-20648||US||1987|
|W 8399 T, 9 20648-0||Prince||Sign "O" The Times (12")||Paisley Park, Paisley Park||W 8399 T, 9 20648-0||UK||1987|
|920648-0||Prince||Sign "O" The Times (12", Maxi)||Paisley Park||920648-0||Spain||1987|
|7-28399||Prince||Sign "O" The Times (7", Single, Promo, Spe)||Paisley Park||7-28399||US||1987|
|920 648-0||Prince||Sign "O" The Times (12", Single)||Paisley Park||920 648-0||Europe||1987|
- Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, Performer – Prince
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Códigos de barras
- Matrix / Runout (A-side label): 928399-7
- Matrix / Runout (B-side label): 928399-7
- Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, stamped): 928399-7AO
- Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, stamped): 928399-7BO
- Rights Society: SGAE
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Rights Society: BMI
- Depósito Legal: M-5887-1987
- Distributed By – Discos CBS, S.A., Madrid
- Manufactured By – Discos CBS, S.A.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Edited At – WEA Records, S.A.
- Printed By – Indugraf Madrid, S.A.
- Published By – Controversy Music
- Published By – Sticky Black Publishing
- Record Company – Warner Communications
Sign o' the Times stylized as Sign the Times is the lead single from American musician Prince's 1987 album of the same name. Despite being negative in nature, the song was originally intended for two separate Prince albums meant to be released in 1986, that were both shelved: Dream Factory and Crystal Ball. Many of the tracks from both of these albums ended up on the album Sign o' the Times. Prince performed all vocals & instruments on the song. Sign o' the Times was reportedly written. Sign o' the Times often stylized as Sign the Times is the ninth studio album by American singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Prince. It was first released as a double album on March 30, 1987, by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros. The album is the follow-up to Parade and is Prince's first album following his disbanding of the Revolution. The album's songs were largely recorded during 1986 to 1987 in sessions for releases Prince ultimately aborted: Dream Factory. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей 's 'Sign O' the Times' Turns 30: All the Songs Ranked. 3312017 by Kenneth Partridge. refused to put out. That aborted set was itself composed of songs from two other scrapped projects. The first was Dream Factory, an album Prince made with unprecedented input from the Revolution - especially keyboardist Lisa Coleman and guitarist Wendy Melvoin. The other was Camille, in which Prince sang with sped-up vocals to play the androgynous title character. Prince: Sign 'O' The Times - Album Review 1987. It was released worldwide in March 1987. Sessions and compiling. Eight of the album's seventeen tracks were included on various configurations of the Dream Factory album, planned as the fourth album by Prince and the Revolution. When the Revolution was disbanded in October 1986, Prince reworked the album. Prince's 'Sign o' the Times' is set for an expanded reissue this September, featuring over 60 unreleased audio tracks. You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. About Sign O the Times. Despite having Warner Bros. Records consolidate his vision for the project, the loss of the Revolution for a band, and the criticism and sales of post-Purple Rain releases Around the World in a Day and Parade, Sign O The Times still became one of Princes if not his most critically acclaimed releases, creating his status as way more than a one-time hit and defining. the entirety of the 1980s. The album was ranked as the best album of the 1980s by international publications such as Germanys Musikexpress, while The Guardian ranked this album as Princes best. This was the first album Prince recorded without the Revolution since 1982's 1999 the band does appear on the in-concert rave-up, It's Gonna Be a Beautiful Night, and he sounds liberated, diving into territory merely suggested on Around the World in a Day and Parade. While the music overflows with generous spirit, these are among the most cryptic, insular songs he's ever written. Prince wanted Sign O' The Times to be a triple album called The Crystal Ball, but in a rare rebuke, his record company refused, and instead it was pared down to a double album. This was one of the first significant conflicts between Prince and Warner Bros. Records over the next few years Prince grew to resent the label, which was restricting his output. This led to his name change and public appearances with the word slave written on his face. The B-side was La La La He He He, which appears elsewhere only on the collection The HitsThe B-Sides